Photos from the Krüger National Park

Photos from the Krüger National Park

The Kruger National Park is the largest and most famous wildlife reserve in Southern Africa with a staggering diversity of wildlife and plant species all encompassed by beautiful unspoilt scenery.

The Park has eleven different entrances, nine of which are on its South African border and two on its Mozambique Border that allow for easy access to the various camps.

The Limpopo route and Kruger National Park are malaria areas but the risk is relatively low in the drier or winter seasons.

Lilac breasted Roller w 9448
Lilac-breasted Roller

Baboon leaping stream w 4703

Not wishing to get soaked crossing a stream, this agile Chacma Baboon does a hop, skip and jump through the water.

African Hoopoe 9568

African Hoopoe. It shows lots more white on the wings than Eurasian Hoopoe and also has a richer orange-cinnamon hue.

African Elephant w 9956

African Elephant

Purple Crested Turaco w 9529

Purple-crested Turaco

Purple Roller w 4098

Purple Roller

Red crested Korhaan flight w 4507

Red-crested Korhaan

Black collared Barbet w 6205

Black-collared Barbet with large beetle

White Rhino w 0026

Yellow-billed Oxpecker flying towards a Black Rhino

African Openbill w 3870

Open-billed Storks

African Fish Eagle adult w 4695

African Fish Eagle

White Fronted Bee eater w 0245

White-fronted Bee-eater

Hyena w 5093


Helmeted Guinneafowl w 6049

Helmeted Guineafowl

Bateleur juv at roadkill w 3638

Bateleur, juvenile at road-kill

Arrow marked Babblers w 4550

Arrow-marked Babblers

Amur Falcon male w 6487

Amur Falcon, male

Amur Falcon female w 6494

Amur Falcon, female

Sabota Lark w 6646

Sabota Lark


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Stephen Daly

Stephen Daly

Stephen Daly, has been birding since he was eight years old in his native Scotland. After living in Germany and France he established Andalucian Guides the successful birding and wildlife tour company on The Strait of Gibraltar in Spain and has been living here since 2001. Photographing birds in flight is one passion and his photos can be found in many books, magazines and journals. Studying bird behaviour and bird migration are two other positive aspects of being based on one of the busiest migration routes on Earth.

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